Just like human beings, some dogs overflow with energy every day. Whether it is when you get home, when you go for a walk in the forest with it, when someone shows up at home or when you take the dog out of its carrier to start your day of hunting, your four-legged companion can get excessively excited. It therefore appears important to be able to identify the causes and triggers inciting that state. Observation is the first essential step in understanding why your dog is a ball of energy: pay attention to its attitudes, its behaviour, the environment in which it hunts, and external stimuli. Then, try to see if the dog is more euphoric (positive arousal) or anxious (negative arousal). From the point of view of the work to be carried out (calling in dog training experts or not), this difference is essential: it provides pointers for improvement. This is the reason why we advise you to be particularly attentive and not to neglect this part.